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A total of 98 mps proposed 17 motions and submitted a total of 418 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM811 Law In Hong Kong proposed by Elliot Morley
EDM812 UN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS' REPORT ON BURMA proposed by Jim Lester
EDM813 Re-Solv proposed by William Cash
EDM804A1 Quarantine Regulations;amdt. Line 11: proposed by Harry Barnes
EDM814 Palaeontology proposed by Menzies Campbell
EDM815 Conservative Support For An Independent Pay Review Body For University Staff proposed by Matthew Taylor
EDM817 Sir Bernard Ingham proposed by George Howarth
EDM443A2 Aids Education And A Christian Conscience Clause;amdt. Line 3: proposed by Max Madden
EDM787A1 Conduct Of Honourable Members For Mid Kent And Medway;amdt. Line 4: proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM818 Contribution To Conservative Party Funds (2) proposed by Peter Hain
EDM819 Pensions (S.i., 1992, No. 246) proposed by Neil Kinnock
EDM696A1 United Kingdom Quarantine Laws And The Ec;amdt. Line 6: proposed by William Cash
EDM820 BIRMINGHAM'S ANTI-POVERTY CAMPAIGN IN SCHOOLS proposed by Robin Corbett
EDM821 Parental Choice And Catholic Secondary Schools In Greenwich proposed by Peter Bottomley
EDM743A3 Traditional Counties And The Local Government Commission;amdt. Line 8: proposed by Peter Bottomley
EDM822 Eltham Labour News proposed by Peter Bottomley
EDM823 Des Seminars proposed by Ronnie Fearn

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM808 Christian Aid And Third World Debt (16 signatures)
  2. EDM795 Biotechnology In The UK (15 signatures)
  3. EDM809 Statement Of The Prime Minister On Poverty (13 signatures)
  4. EDM759 Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (10 signatures)
  5. EDM806 Rabies Protection In The British Isles (10 signatures)
  6. EDM807 Performance Related Pay In Government Related Organisations (10 signatures)
  7. EDM797 PRIME MINISTER AND THE CITIZEN'S CHARTER (8 signatures)
  8. EDM774 Conduct Of The Prime Minister (No. 4) (7 signatures)
  9. EDM768 Additional Rights For Pensioners (7 signatures)
  10. EDM788 Medway Housing Society (7 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. John Cummings (66 signatures)
  2. Thomas Graham (31 signatures)
  3. Dennis Turner (29 signatures)
  4. Eddie Loyden (22 signatures)
  5. Frank Cook (20 signatures)
  6. Alice Mahon (18 signatures)
  7. Doug Hoyle (14 signatures)
  8. William Cash (11 signatures)
  9. Gwyneth Dunwoody (10 signatures)
  10. Bill Michie (10 signatures)
  11. Malcolm Thornton (9 signatures)

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